Mitsubishi Electric HVAC has entered into a new partnership that will allow users to control their systems with a Crestron control system.
“Through this new partnership, we have developed a Crestron Certified Module
that can be used to control our HVAC systems through a direct interface,” said
Brent Johnson, senior controls engineer for Mitsubishi Electric HVAC. “We are
pleased to partner with Crestron and develop an interface for our products that
will provide simple touch controls for our end users. Utilizing the G-50A or
the GB 50 Centralized Controllers, the Crestron Certified Module can control
City Multi Variable Refrigerant Flow Zoning cooling and heating systems,
Lossnay energy recovery ventilators and Mr. Slim split-ductless cooling and
“HVAC is yet another avenue for our dealers to increase their project
profitability,” said Chris Wildfoerster, director of business development at
Crestron. “Our City Multi module is compatible with SystemBuilder design
software and can be easily integrated into a Crestron whole home
For more information on Mitsubishi Electric HVAC products, visit www.mehvac.com.
Mitsubishi partners with controls developer
November 1, 2008